Police Accountability

Seattle Police Officer Charged with Assault

City prosecutors alleged officer Martin Harris punched a man twice in the face in responding to a disturbance call.

06/01/2018 By Hayat Norimine

Police Accountability

Where Police Reform Could Be Heading in Seattle

Could Seattle implement a policy to implement independent investigations?

07/03/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Insider Guide to the San Juans

San Juan Island: What to Do and Where to Eat

The most populated island in the San Juans archipelago is home to the bustling town of Friday Harbor, fine dining, and midnight kayak rides. There's a heavy dose of culture on this hub, but don't stress—it's nothing like the big city.

08/01/2014 By Allison Williams

Critic's Notebook

The Restaurant Whose Soundtrack Stunned Even Jaded Old Me

Do lyrics like this belong anywhere near a place of business?

07/31/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Critic's Notebook

A Pair of New Meal Delivery Options in Seattle

One lunch, one dinner…both easier than cooking.

07/28/2014 By Kathryn Robinson


PubliCalendar: Librarians, Tutors, and Jewish Immigrants

Today's picks for civic nerds

07/25/2014 By Ezra Parter


PubliCalendar: CPC, SPD, and SPL

Today's picks for civic nerds

07/23/2014 By Ezra Parter

The C Is for Crank

The C Is for Crank: Carpocalypse Never

As usual, a road closure fails to lead to gridlock, despite hyperbolic predictions that narrowing I-90 to one lane would result in a traffic disaster, including 10-mile backups and travel times six times as long as usual.

07/21/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

City Hall

Holcomb Calls Sales Tax and Employer Tax Regressive

Likely council candidate not sure how she'll vote on Metro measure.

07/18/2014 By Josh Feit


SDOT's Demand-Side Economics

The Keynesian approach to parking.

07/18/2014 By Josh Feit

Food News

Neighborhood Food News: Phinney’s New Family Hangout, Bar del Corso Opens

Plus: Bitterroot BBQ in Ballard, World Pizza in the ID, and more.

07/15/2011 By Julia Scherzinger

Theater in HD

National Theatre’s The Cherry Orchard Comes to the Big Screen at SIFF

Chekhov’s classic stage play is ready for its closeup.

07/13/2011 By Julia Scherzinger

Classical & More

Opera in the Park with Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra

The young musicians give old works new life.

07/12/2011 By Julia Scherzinger

Food News

Neighborhood Food News: 94 Stewart to Close, Two New Joints for Broadway

Plus: Charity chowdowns at McMenamin’s Queen Anne and Pier 66, Regent Bakery 2.0, and more.

07/11/2011 By Julia Scherzinger

Food News

Neighborhood Food News: Sorrento Summer Block Party, Capitol Hill’s New Sandwich Shop

Plus: A Caprice Kitchen shutters, another downtown Potbelly, and more.

07/08/2011 By Julia Scherzinger

Food News

Neighborhood Food News: Shima Sushi in Wallingford, a French Bistro for Mount Baker

Plus: Taylor Shellfish Farms on Capitol Hill, Barrio Bellevue closes, and more.

07/06/2011 By Julia Scherzinger

Food News

Neighborhood Food News: Desserts Explosion in Phinney Ridge, Columbia City Chow Down

Plus: Molly Moon’s downtown, A Terrible Beauty opens, and more.

07/01/2011 By Julia Scherzinger

Food News

Neighborhood Food News: an Opening Date for Ba Bar, Cake Envy in Green Lake [UPDATED]

Plus: Dot’s Delicatessan has a menu, Baconopolis returns, and more.

06/27/2011 By Julia Scherzinger

Food News

Neighborhood Food News: Fast-Casual Korean Opens in Bellevue, Pike Place Market Express

Plus: Dinette’s doing lunch, Pike Place’s award-winning chowder, and more.

06/24/2011 By Julia Scherzinger